how long after you have ate does this happen? I know for me that if i eat something high in sugar i will get high then about 3-4 hours later i drop low and if i dont eat i will keep droping. i will feel shaky sweety and i can feel my heart pound also i would get reel week if i stand up i get dizzy and light headed. when you get thes feeling you should test you blood sugar. i think normal is 70 for low. but for me i start to feel low at 95 and worse at 70. also when this happens try eating some smarties i dont remember how many but eat a whole roll then test your sugar agin 15min later repet tell you feel better also when it goes up eat some thing with protien like a peanut butter sandwich to keep it from dropping if not it can dive lower then what you started with. if this works then it could be hypo. (low blood sugar)
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